One rioter interviews her mother to understand the difference in their attitudes about reading romance novels. Find out how one mother and one daughter got hooked on romance novels.
In this Madeline Miller interview, we talk gods and mortals, witches and ancient women, her ongoing fascination with Shakespeare, and how Circe would respond to Trump himself. Basically, all the good stuff.
We sat down with Alison Gaylin and Megan Abbott, creators of the comic NORMANDY GOLD, to talk about their latest work, their inspirations, and how women are viewed in media.
Angela Spring has launched a pop-up, mobile bookstore that only sells work by people of color. Here, we chat with her about trends, customer experiences, and the joys and troubles of her job.
In 1984, Vanessa Williams was the first black woman crowned Miss America. She had an unforgettable impact. We interview Tami Charles, author about a book where Vanessa inspires a young girl to pursue her dreams.
While it might seem counterintuitive to talk about world-building in contemporary romance, it's one of the many strengths of A PRINCESS IN THEORY. Alyssa Cole talked to us about her process.
E. Latimer sits down with Rioter Lucas to talk about her new book The Strange and Deadly Portraits of Bryony Gray, her fascination with Oscar Wilde, how Twitter kills her creativity and more.
Sloane Leong has a new comic series out with a POC lead and high stakes in space! Book Riot is happy to interview her about Prism Stalker, out in March 2018.
Jen Wang sits with Book Riot to talk about her latest work, THE PRINCE AND THE DRESSMAKER, a graphic novel about fashion, gender identity, princes, and finding people who will love you as you are.
A chat with author/muscian Tanuja Desai Hidier on her new music video Deep Blue She and the celebration of the 15 year anniversary of her debut novel Born Confused.
We chatted with GREEN LANTERN writer Ron Marz to discuss his new graphic novel BEASTS OF THE BLACK HAND, Kickstarter, and crowdfunding.